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Gauteng spent R4m on World Cup tickets
Gauteng spent R4m on World Cup tickets
The Gauteng province spent R4-million on 4613 Soccer World Cup tickets, Premier Nomvula Mokonyane said on Wednesday.
'Free' Cup tickets cost R25 200
'Free' Cup tickets cost R25 200
Ten department of science and technology employees were rewarded with "free" tickets to the World Cup quarterfinals in Port Elizabeth last Friday....
Gordhan issues warning on Cup tickets
Gordhan issues warning on Cup tickets
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan will soon meet the Auditor General (AG) and chairman of Parliament's watchdog public accounts committee to discuss...
Gordhan, AG to probe 'wasteful' ticket spending by govt
Gordhan, AG to probe 'wasteful' ticket spending by govt
South Africa's finance minister and auditor general are to investigate World Cup ticket purchases by government agencies amid concerns about...
Manuel defends Cup tickets splurge
Manuel defends Cup tickets splurge
A distinction should be made between parastatals and state departments spending money on Soccer World Cup tickets, Minister in the National...
Companies lose out in World Cup ticket scams
Companies lose out in World Cup ticket scams
Local companies, including petrochemicals giant, Sasol, have lost more than R6,5-million in World Cup ticketing scams, the Sunday Times...